#LittleLoves – July 2020

After almost an entire month of dank and dismal wet weather, we conclude July with a stunning but scorching sunshine day. Here are a few of my #LittleLoves from the past month.


Other than the news, I’ve not read an awful lot during the past month. I have however been dipping in and out of my copy of ‘Seventy Eight Degrees of Wisdom‘ and I fully intend to fall back into my fiction over the next couple of weeks.

#LittleLoves - July 2020

Having sucked various streaming services dry, Paul and I have since started watching ‘Call The Midwife‘. It’s not a program that I would have considered watching up until now, however, my Dad seemed to be enjoying watching this show and whilst I’ve been back and forth looking after him, I too have joined him in watching a few episodes and now I’m hooked!

#LittleLoves - July 2020

Given that we have an Alexa in almost every room within our household, as you can imagine, I listen to a fair amount of Music. Though she’s not usually to my taste, I have spent the past week or two listening to Ariana Grande as her Music seems to offer a cheeky but cheerful tone which seems to suit my liking at present.

#LittleLoves - July 2020

As you may have seen or read whilst browsing my blog, I’ve recently reviewed a number of tarot decks, all of which I’ve spent time creating bespoke pouches for. Though I’m not the best seamstress, I quite enjoy sewing and I’m pretty pleased with the results.

#LittleLoves - July 2020

Until today, the weather has been pretty drab and dismal thus I’ve spent the majority of my time wearing jeans, long-sleeved tops, and cardigans to keep me cozy. However, as of today (and I bet it’s only for today), the sun is now shining and I’m finally able to don a summer dress and flip-flops, not only am I in summer attire but I’ve also managed to have what I think may well be my first hair cut of 2020!

#LittleLoves - July 2020

After clearing and sorting through our wardrobes, I put together a number of bags filled with clothing for friends with younger children and have put some bits and bobs aside for charity from my own wardrobe. Having made space, I have since spent some pennies and am currently in the process of refilling our wardrobes with various new items, which I will no doubt be wearing over the next month or so. It’s been ages since I’ve had new clothes and it’s a real treat!

And Lastly

July brought the end of term and the end of an era for our kids, J has now finished primary school and come September will be moving onto senior school, whereas E has finished her time in the infants and as of autumn will be a junior! It’s all change…

The Siblings Project - July 2020

I hope that you and your loved ones are all happy, healthy, and are staying safe. Thanks again for reading my blog and I hope that you enjoyed this month’s #LittleLoves. If you fancy sharing some of your own #LittleLoves, then why not join in either through your own blog post or by leaving a comment below, I would love to hear what your #LittleLoves might be.



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